Hull on Film: 1st April 2017

The Yorkshire Film Archive is delighted with the response to Hull on Film which is now sold out.  We are sorry that audiences are disappointed to have missed out on this occasion.  

We assure you that, due to the overwhelming interest in Hull on Film, we will be back with a repeat screening and more of Hull’s film heritage soon – watch this space!

DEAR SERGEANT OR THE STORY OF ROUGH RIDING MOTORCYCLING COURSE

Film ID:
YFA 100
1944

Set in and around the grounds of Wentworth Hall, South Yorkshire, this film captures soldiers’ wartime training to become motorcycle riders.  The film includes footage of the riders on the extensive training course.   

YFA100 Dear Sergeant or the Story of Rough Riding Motorcycing Course

INTRODUCING JOBLING WARE

Film ID:
NEFA 14148
1963

Advertising film by Turners Film Productions for James A. Jobling & Company of Sunderland that promotes their cooking and serving dinner ware to the canteen trade in hospitals, schools and colleges.

14148 Introducing Jobling Ware (1963)

Newcastle & District ACA: Treasures from the Cine Club World

The Newcastle & District Amateur Cinematographers Association (ACA) has been making cine stories and capturing the north east on film for nearly a century. It is the sole survivor of the five original ACA organisations in Britain, first set up in 1927, and this year, incredibly, the cine club celebrates its 90th anniversary.

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Archive Picks

A SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY (WHITBY - SCARBOROUGH)

This film documents the closure of two railway lines out of Whitby in 1965 as a result of the Beeching Axe of the 1960s.  Throughout the film, the narrator provides information about the history of the lines.  The film shows the last journey ever over the Scarboro’ to Whitby line and the...

Film ID: 3645 Year: 1966

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